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You are getting such output because you have checked ON the setting 'Print to file' in one of your previous prints. For resolving this issue, kindly uncheck option 'Print to file' present in bottom left corner of print dialog and then click on 'Print' (See attached image for reference).
Hope this will solve your problem.
o wow. thanks loads! but why does that affect it?
When you print to file, you save spacing and other layout information so a printer can reproduce the on-screen version of a file without access to the program or computer used to create it. You can print to file, for example, when you want to send a document or photo to a commercial printer to be printed in larger quantities or at a higher resolution than you usually print at home i.e. when printer is not available that time or the same job is to be used in future, then you directly submit this file (generated through 'Print to file') to printer and obtain same quality output n-number of times.